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The Kitchen & Cutlery Store Now Across From The Fresh Market SARATOGA SPRINGS – After months of pr...

Hunter’s Chariot

Milton Terrace Students Give the Gift of Mobility to their Classmate BALLSTON SPA – It’s the season...

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Health tech company mySmartHealthcare is fighting the Ebola virus from right here in Saratoga Springs. The company, which is headquartered at 60 Railroad Place, launched a series of online training courses aimed at training healthcare professionals on the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) used to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as Ebola. Karen Cornelius, COO of mySmartHealthcare says, “We noticed such a broad fear of it [the Ebola epidemic], so we got on…
Milton Terrace Students Give the Gift of Mobility to their Classmate BALLSTON SPA – It’s the season of giving and students at Milton Terrace North Elementary School in Ballston Spa recently presented one of their classmates with a heartwarming surprise – the gift of mobility. First and third grade students at Milton Terrace spent months raising money to fund a running chariot for their classmate, Hunter, to allow him more mobility. With help from the Evans, a local family of…
Northshire Program Gifts New Books to Local Children SARATOGA SPRINGS – The team at Northshire Bookstore in Saratoga Springs is looking for angels to help them gift books to around 300 local children this holiday season. Northshire Bookstore’s Book Angel Program is celebrating its second year at its Saratoga Springs location and provides books to young readers of all ages. The annual holiday tradition began in Northshire’s flagship Vermont store about 20 years ago as a way to get books…
Tedisco’s Initiative Enables Veterans to Participate in Legislative Internship Program ALBANY – The 2015 legislative internship program may include some unconventional interns this legislative session. The New York State Assembly is implementing an initiative brought by Assemblyman Jim Tedisco (R,C,I-Glenville) to recruit veterans and members of the military who are enrolled in college. In February, Tedisco called on the Assembly to set aside a minimum of 10 percent of the current internship program positions for veterans, specifically service-disabled veterans. This…
Horse-Shaped Wreaths to Benefit Old Friends at Cabin Creek SARATOGA SPRINGS – Most holiday wreaths are made with front doors in mind, but one local woman only has one thing on her mind as she creates her handmade, artificial wreaths – horses. Ceci Leonowens, of Saratoga Springs, has had a busy winter making Christmas wreaths. Her horse-shaped, handmade wreaths are made with artificial Canadian pine and when packed away with care, can be used year after year. “I made one…
Home Made Theater Encouraging Creative Donations By Arthur Gonick Saratoga TODAY SARATOGA SPRINGS – Now at the beginning of it’s 30th season, Home Made Theater (HMT) has a lot of great reasons to be thankful. Thanks to an anonymous benefactor, as well as some wide spread community support, it may have up to 30,000 more reasons before the end of this year. Prior to Thanksgiving, the theatre was prepping for their opening of The Jungle Book, when word reached General…
Rebuilding Together Modifies Saratoga Home for Beloved Neighbor SARATOGA SPRINGS – It’s the season of giving and the Saratoga Springs community is giving one of its neighbors the gift of a lifetime – a newly modified home. Mike Shpur, of Saratoga Springs, suffered a severe spinal cord injury in late June. He is now a quadriplegic. After five weeks in the Intensive Care Unit at Albany Medical Center, Shpur was moved to Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital, where is receiving intensive therapy.…
Wilton Food Pantry Breaks Records this Fall WILTON – Thanksgiving is a chance to give thanks for a life that’s good. Of course, it’s also a great time to think about helping those who might not have enough to eat by donating food and volunteering your time. Local food banks help feed millions of Americans every year and at the Wilton Food Pantry, volunteers have been extremely busy this fall. “We have far outdone what we distributed last year,” said…
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Police Blotter

  • Tracy Adams, of Framingham, Massachusetts, 49, of Brooklyn, was arrested Dec. 8 and charged with grand larceny. Michael D. Urbanski,…
  • Gilbert Judge, 34, of Queensbury, was arrested Dec. 2 and charged with failure to keep right, aggravated unlicensed operation of…
  • Nicholas W. Smith, 23, of Johnstown, was arrested Nov. 24 and charged with false personation. Amy L. Brower, 37, of…
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